The Battle of Russia
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ARC Identifier 36071 / Local Identifier 111-OF-5 1943
The Battle of Russia
This motion picture film examines the war in Russia, 1941-1943. Reel 1 dramatizes Russia's military history. Alexander Nevsky defeats the German knights in 1242. The Swedes are defeated in 1704 in a cavalry battle at Poltava. French troops retreat from Moscow in 1812. Kaiser Wilhelm inspects troops on the Eastern front in 1917. Reel 2 shows mine operations, agricultural scenes, oil fields, and manufacturing scenes. People of many ethnic groups present native dances. Civilian and military units parade in Moscow. Maksim Litvinoff asks the League of Nations to aid Ethiopia in 1935. Reel 3 maps Axis expansion into eastern Europe. Hungarian, Rumanian, and Bulgarian troops parade prior to Nazi occupation. Footage shows puppet leaders Admiral Miklos von Nagybanya Horthy, General Ion Antonescu, King Michael of Romania and King Boris of Bulgaria. Adolf Hitler and Generals Wilheim Keitel and Alfred Jodl meet. Nazis march through Hungarian cities. Yugoslavian cities are bombed and Greece is occupied. Tanks roll from Russian assembly lines and troops are inducted. German panzer divisions invade Russia in June 1941. Reel 4 maps the German advance in 1941 and analyzes Russian strategy. Hitler makes a victory speech in October. Footage shows intense street fighting in Sevastopol. Russians of all ages are mobilized. In Reel 5, houses, factories, and a large dam in the Ukraine are burned or dynamited before the advancing Nazis. Guerilla units draw arms and then dynamite Nazi installations. Joseph Stalin, Vyacheslav Molotov, and other leaders pose. Red troops parade in Moscow in Dec. 1941. In Reel 6, citizens pray in churches on Christmas Day. Russian tanks, cavalry units, and ski troops advance beneath air support. Villages are liberated and refugees return. In Reel 7, dead and tortured Russian civilians are found. Footage shows prewar Leningrad. Barricades are erected. The city is intensively bombed. In Reel 8, the city is besieged. Women remove rubble from streets. Defenses are manned. Food is rationed. Shell manufacture continues. Supplies are brought in by truck, tractor, and railroad across frozen Lake Ladoga. Winter snows blanket the city. Nazi planes bomb trucks on the lake. The spring thaw arrives. Children play in the sunshine. German prisoners enter the city. Reel 9 maps the battle for the Caucasus and the Crimea. Stalingrad is bombarded from the air by artillery and house-to-house fighting is shown. Reel 10 maps the Russian encirclement of Nazis at Stalingrad. Marshal Nikolai Voronoff confers with his aides. The encircling Red armies meet in Dec. 1942. Flamethrowers, rockets, and artillery are used to force the surrender of remnants of 22 Nazi divisions. The final scene maps Russian gains and cites statistics on Nazi losses thus far in the campaign.
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Subject: Compulsive liars are, and will stay, compulsive liars
They have absolutely no excuse for what they do; and Hitler too, had no such excuse either. They don’t do it “because it’s all they see”. In reality, they actually do it because not only do they willfully desire to suppress the goodness in others, which they really do see, but also to show that they do know how to do it.
To those who don’t know that they’re evil to begin with, they can hide this fact from them.
To those who don’t know that they exist, they hide that.
To the supposed-to-be “awake”, they have just zero difficulty in hiding the real extent of their iniquities; the fucking end.
In cheated video game high scores and speed runs, for example, the human senses absolutely cannot “detect” the “tool-induced edit”.
It is only through close examination of the audio and video with special utilities like Audacity for example, that clear signs of “digitalized doping” for lack of a better term, can be detected. And shitty video games, for example, have some “hidden” problems too.
For example, there’s no way to tell if it’s graphics are truly “shit”, unless you record yourself playing it in 144p or less. At the same time, you’ll need to record similar footage in 360-480p or above, and possibly with 50fps or greater. If the two versions have no visible difference, then that’s how you can tell that something’s clearly wrong with the animations and visuals of the game in question.
Also, when you look for “shitty music”, then, are you viewing the audio files in Audacity? Do the tunes in question repeat similar, if not the exact same, notes? If one of them does, then it’s “audio waves” will always look nearly, if not truly, identical from one verse to the next. That’s how you can tell that somethin’ ain’t right.
Again, the actual “extent of the differences” between MS/DOS Paint and “real art” can never, ever be detected with “mere viewing”. Only by “viewing” in both the worst and best of audio and visuals respectively can a true difference be spotted, if it truly exists. This is how you know whether or not “real effort” was put into whatever it is that you’re examining.
Only by viewing something made in Movie Maker in such a way can you notice. You also need to compare it with such clips made in other video editing programs too. Only then will you be able to tell whether or not there’s a problem.
On the infamous Action 52 NES multi-cart, for example, in it’s “third installment”, Illuminator... Once the “lights” go out, it’s reportedly so dark that the player can literally see their reflection in the screen if they look closely enough. And in a few of the games, the sprites are apparently so small that you need a magnifying glass in order to seem them properly. Even then, it still causes eye-strain, reportedly, after only a few seconds. That’s how one can know that there’s definitely a problem, and yet... You know what; no. Fuck it. Do the heart bleedin’ research to see WTF I mean by all of this.
Subject: War is a Farce
A trade rail route ran from USA penetrating through Canada and into Russia supplying American steel. Why so much hatred for the Germans who placed obstructive measures preventing Jewish Bolsheviks spreading its communist government to Europe. Communism is pure evil due to its Satanic spirit of unbelief and atheistic values and morals. 2019 we are under that same attempt to steal away the liberties of the people
Subject: The Battle of Russia
Subject: Why We Fight
A different print is at
but this is a much cleaner copy.
Subject: The Battle of Russia
Subject: The battle of Russia
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